You heard that right, all you kung-fu lovin' mofos... Black Dynamite is back, and he is doing it big! While we wait for director Scott Sanders and actor Michael Jai White to bring us another installment of the film franchise (rumor has it to be a ghetto western in the vein of Blazing Saddles) we have to make due with a 4 issue mini series from IDW. Following up the epic one shot graphic novel, Black Dynamite: Escape From Slave Island, we are getting a four issue limited series from writer Brian Ash, art by Ron Wimberley, and inks by the LEGENDARY Sal Buscema! The first issue hit stores this week, and hopefully the next three issues will be on time over the next three months (first issue Feb, followed by March, April and May). The comic is sure to continue the radical racial hi jinks and nonsense that the movie brought forth, and even kick it up a notch considering there is no limitations to budget in a comic book. In Slave Island BD had a fist fight with a SHARK... A GREAT WHITE SHARK!!! Now he takes on a villain by the name of Too Swole (really!). Can't wait to see what Ash and Wimberley have in store for my favorite anti-hero. Click here to order your copy on Amazon, or go to your local Mom & Pop comic store and pick your copy up! You can see the full press release and the first cover after the jump.
Press release via Scott Sanders email:
Scott Sanders here, writer/director of BLACK DYNAMITE.
It's been a while since I was last in touch, but I wanted to share some exciting news.
BLACK DYNAMITE #1 -- the first in a four-issue comic series from IDW -- hits stores today!
HE’S A POWDER KEG OF BLACK FURY THAT’S ABOUT TO EXPLODE! The baddest kung-fu cat to ever appear on screen is coming to comics so you suckers better duck! Former CIA agent, international ladies man, and sworn ass-kicking enemy of The Man… he’s BLACK DYNAMITE—and he’s about to walk into the most dangerous journey of his life!
Written by Brian Ash (Black Dynamite: Slave Island), with art by Ron Wimberley, inks by the legendary Sal Buscema and color by JM Ringuet.
You can view an exclusive preview of the book here.
I've also attached our cover art by Marcelo Ferreira (after Jack Kirby), so please share with your fans, followers, and friends online.
BLACK DYNAMITE #1 is available in comic book stores nationwide.Dy-no-mite!
-ScottHere is a link to six interior pages as a preview. They are great!
And here are the covers for Issue #1:
|Issue #1 Regular Cover|
|Issue #1 Variant Cover|
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